Airwell-Fedders North America, 609-662-5300; www.fedders.com.
Airwell-Fedders has closed its headquarters at 2 Center Drive in Monroe and moved to Houston, Texas. The company is a manufacturer of air conditioning and air treatment systems.
Fema Electronics Corporation, 609-409-1720; fax, 609-409-1721. www.femacorp.com.
Fema Electronics has closed its office on 12 Stults Road in Dayton. The manufacturer of LCD and LED displays continues to maintain its headquarters in Fountain Valley, CA.
Global Statistics Group, Chae Yong Chang, president. www.gsg-us.com.
Global Statistics Group, a pharmeceutical contract research organization, has moved from its office at 101 Poor Farm Road in Princeton, and its phone number has been disconnected. No further information is available about the company.
Ripen Ecommerce , 117 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540; 609-520-8820; fax, 609-520-8810. Michael Tudor, owner. www.ri.pn.
Ripen Interactive in Forrestal Village has changed its name to Ripen Ecommerce. The agency creates custom business solutions to boost online sales.
David Newton Dunn Productions LLC, 130 Treymore Court, Pennington 08534-1985; 917-922-2655. www.newtondunn.com.
David Newton Dunn Productions has changed its name from David Newton Photography. Based in Pennington, Dunn is a commercial videographer and photographer of products, people, and places, including architecture, interiors, and food. He works throughout the east coast from Connecticut to Pennsylvania.
United Business Media, 300 American Metro Boulevard, American Metro Center, Suite 125, Hamilton 08619; 609-759-4747; fax, 609-759-7690. David Levin, CEO. www.ubm.com.
United Business Media has consolidated offices in Carnegie Center and in Newtown, PA, to American Metro Center in Hamilton. The British company provides business-to-business news and marketing services through online and print publications, and trade shows.
Anil B. Bhatt CPA, 20 Nassau Street, Suite 513, Princeton 08542; 609-454-3409.
CPA Anil Bhatt has moved from a home office to an office on Nassau Street. Bhatt provides accounting, audits, management advisory services, and does taxes and planning for individuals and businesses. He also conducts audits for not-for-profit organizations.
Wayne T. Cooke, 78, died on April 9. A realtor with Coldwell Banker in Princeton, Cooke was the author of a cover story, “Strength Renewed,” in the December 19, 2007, issue of U.S. 1. This article was an exerpt from his book, “On the Far Side of the Curve: A Stage IV Colon Cancer Survivor’s Journey.”
Louie Kiefer, 75, died on April 14. Kiefer was for many years a visitor to Nassau Street, frequently accompanied by a portable radio. Born in Princeton, Kiefer lived there most of his life.
Kenneth L. Burkhead, 89, died on April 10. He was president of the West Windsor State Bank in Princeton Junction.
Thomas Robert Tomaszewski, 63, died on April 7. For the past 25 years, Tomaszewski and his wife, Gloria, owned and operated Advision Productions, an advertising/promotional business in Ewing.
Arnold C. Ropeik, 90, editor and columnist for the Trenton Times, died on April 13. He ended his career as a senior editor after 41 years at the newspaper.
Thomas L. Della Rossa, 64, died on April 5. Della Rossa started the Kuser Tennis League, which became the Mercer County Tennis League. The league was nicknamed the Della Rossa League.
Charlotte Napoleon, 90, died on April 10. She was a real estate agent at Betty Dean and then Weichert Realtors in Lawrenceville for 20 years.
Maciej Richard Lewandowski, 35, died on April 11. He worked as a loan officer at PNC Corporate Center in East Brunswick.